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Facilitation Skills for Project Managers by Dr. James T. Brown
August 17, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Facilitation is a core competency that is frequently taken for granted. It is assumed that a group of smart, dedicated people can meet together and produce great results. Often that is not the case because of a lack of facilitation skills.
Good facilitation involves the integration of process and people through planning and real time guidance. Ever increasing technological and organizational complexity requires project managers to be more adept at bringing divergent groups together to produce high-quality decisions and plans.
Objectives/Agenda of Event
This course will enable attendees to effectively perform the following:
1) Communicate why facilitation skills are required
2) Explain the role of the facilitator
3) Make use of effective facilitative tools
4) Plan and execute a facilitation session
5) Identify group dynamics and apply techniques to maximize positive outcomes
6) Manage challenging group members and situations
7) Create long lasting agreements
More About the Presenter
James T. Brown Ph.D., is president of SEBA® Solutions Inc., a Registered Education Provider for the Project Management Institute. He is the author of The Handbook of Program Management published by McGraw-Hill. James has a patent for a project scheduling methodology and has received numerous awards including the “NASA Public Service Medal.” James has a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering, a MS in Engineering, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE), a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP).
PDUs: 7 PDUs in Category A
Capacity: A minimum of 10 and a maximum of 40 attendees
Fees: $295 for PMPs and Nashville PMI Members. $325 for non-PMPs and non-members.
Registration Close Time: Wednesday, August 12, 11:59 p.m.
Cancellation Policies: Class will be held if there are a minimum of 10 participants. Otherwise, all funds will be refunded to attendees.
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